[Python-Dev] Summary of Python tracker Issues

Terry Reedy tjreedy at udel.edu
Sun Sep 26 03:51:01 CEST 2010

On 9/25/2010 1:08 PM, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
> On Sat, 25 Sep 2010 19:02:06 +0200
> Georg Brandl<g.brandl at gmx.net>  wrote:
>> Am 25.09.2010 18:53, schrieb Terry Reedy:
>>> On 9/25/2010 7:11 AM, Georg Brandl wrote:
>>>> I'll bother Ezio when he's back.  It just feels strange to me that the bit
>>>> of statistic I feel is most interesting -- whether there are less open bugs
>>>> at the end of the week than at the start -- is not obvious from the report.
>>> As of just now, the default search for all open issues returns 2475.
>>> That is down steadily over the last 8 or so weeks from a peak of about
>>> 2750 in early June. About 30 people have closed at least one issue in
>>> this period.
>> That's really promising.  (And that's also why I want to see a negative delta
>> for the "open" count.)  Thanks for these numbers!
> Without any precision on how and why these bugs were closed, these
> numbers don't mean anything. We would need a breakdown of bug closings
> according to the "resolution" field, at the minimum.

Doing some hand-counting because I do not have proper (as in sql query) 
access to the database, closed issues so far for Activity: 2010-09

174 fixed
  36 invalid
  31 out of date
   1 postponed
  18 reject
  18 won't fix
   7 works for me

Terry Jan Reedy

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